Theresa May 2019: Prime Minister vows I’m staying for 10 years on Japan trip Latest News

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Theresa May 2019: Prime Minister vows I’m staying for 10 years on Japan trip Latest News

UNDER-PRESSURE Theresa May has denied claims she will stand down as Prime Minister after Brexit.


“Theresa May”


I’m no quitter

After surrendering her party’s majority in a disastrous election campaign, Mrs May has faced criticism from other Tories.

Many believed she would be forced to quit after completing painful Brexit negotiations.

But the defiant Prime Minister fired back at quit comments, declaring “I’m not a quitter”.


Theresa May vowed she is not going to quit on her Japan tripGETTY


‘I’M HERE TO STAY’: Under-fire Theresa May won’t quit as PM

She added: “There’s been an awful lot of speculation about my future which has no basis in it whatsoever.

“I’m in this for the long term.

“There’s a real job to be done in the United Kingdom.”

Mrs May made the comments on a trade mission in Japan, attempting to shake of accusations she is a “lame duck”.

She added: “What I want to do is, yes, get on with the job of Brexit.

“But it’s not just about Brexit. What I want to do is a lot more about the long term.”

As well as her trade mission, Mrs May has supported the nation’s efforts against North Korea.

She also refused to rule out any military action against the Hermit Kingdom.




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